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PK-12
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Solana Beach, CA
Students enrolled: 950
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838 Academy Drive
Solana Beach, CA 92075

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(858) 755-8900
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November 24, 2014
This school has been an amazing blessing for our family! We have three students there and have been at the school for six years. We are waiting for the honeymoon to be over!! The curriculum is challenging and cutting edge. The high moral standards are instilling strong values in my kids' lives. My kids are all thriving academically and socially, not to mention they are all three ten times more confident than I EVER was. We love SFC and feel a great sense of community there that is unparalleled with what we would receive in a public school because of our common faith.

- submitted by a parent
January 16, 2014
Our children both started at Santa Fe Christian last year in the 3rd and 6th grade. The school offers many wonderful opportunities to get involved. The new middle school principal is implementing some amazing new programs. The extended studies program has opened up new opportunities for the lower and middle school to get involved in many activities. The teachers have a genuine concern and interest in helping your children succeed academically, socially and spiritually. There is a wonderful community with many opportunities to get involved and meet other families.

- submitted by a parent
December 17, 2013
We entered the school with enthusiasm and med-high expectations which, unfortunately, have not yet been met. I was not prepared for the "hit-and-miss" quality of the teachers. There are some truly outstanding teachers but there are many more that should be of higher quality for a private school. All schools, whether public or private, have their share of poor teachers but I would have hoped that a private school such as Santa Fe would not take so long in making personnel changes. That's why we chose a private school over public - because they have the autonomy to hire and fire, tweak their curriculum and run the school according to their mission. Santa Fe moves in slow motion in some respects which puts the students at a disadvantage. There are always better improvements with each new school year, but by the time the school is where it needs to be, my kids will be long gone. I feel that some of the glowing reviews are more in relation to the faith based aspect of the education, which is outstanding. I am just one of those faithful Christians that see a bigger picture. It breaks my heart to say that I would only recommend the school with strong reservations.

- submitted by a parent
December 16, 2013
SFC has its pros and cons. The curriculum is limited because of the size of the school but still offers enough to keep my kids active and engaged academically. The major drawback is the inconsistency of teacher quality. If the opportunity were available, I would have had my children taught outside of the classroom (home schooled) for language and math. Some teachers are either going through the motions or appear not to have any experience working with teenagers (even though I know that is not the case). My kids feel safe at SFC, enjoy their friends and like that the school is not "too big". For the most part, there are really good kids at the school, well behaved and well mannered but some are really indulged by their parents and it shows. The faith aspect of the school has not disappointed, I think both my children are better human beings by way of going to SFC. The college counseling dept is a great asset to the school, although I am starting to have doubts about how prepared my kids will be for college. Projects to get the students thinking about careers, interviewing professionals, guest lecturers, etc. are badly needed.

- submitted by a parent
November 14, 2013
Santa Fe Christian has been an amazing blessing to myself and my family. The Community is like family, and has supported us through many challenging family issues. My children are prayed for throughout their day, and their teachers are genuinely interested in each of them as individuals. The incredible opportunities that they are afforded are unmatched at other schools, where they can play sports, pursue the arts, go on mission trips, participate in clubs, and still get a fantastic and highly rated education. Students coming out of Santa Fe have high aspirations, and are achieving great AP scores, showing that they truly are prepared for their college work. While my kids are not and have never been part of the social "in" crowd, they are treated with respect for who they are by both their peers and teachers. I would not trade the valuable experiences they have had here for anything.

- submitted by a parent
May 11, 2013
SFC is a mixed bag of experiences for many people. Having graduated from Santa Fe Christian after 7 years there, I went on to attend a top tier school and felt very poorly prepared for my science classes. I struggled through my first year of classes because I didn't have the basic background knowledge that was expected of students who had taken basic high school science courses (even though I took AP Biology, Honors Chemistry and Honors Physics). Some of the teachers at SFC are excellent but others are rather sub-par. I was told that because I was going to a secular school I would become an atheist - a message that was repeated by administrators and teachers. I can honestly say that my faith has only grown stronger since going to my "secular university". In addition, do not automatically assume that because SFC is christian that bullying is not a part of the school - it never happened to me but I constantly saw it happen to my peers and teachers. SFC is a great school for some but I personally wish, in hindsight, that I had gone to a public school and saved that tuition money to pay for college and graduate school. However, my experience is not everyone's experience.

- submitted by a community member
May 04, 2013
My child is graduating after 13 years at SFC (lifer) and I have a freshman too. I have a very objective view despite our many years at the school. The school offers a solid, but not stellar academic experience. The high school quality is much better than the middle or lower schools. It is a classical approach to education, with a strong writing curriculum (this is essentially absent in public high schools). It isn't Bishops and TP or LCC offers more breadth of science and art. I kept my child there despite this because of the social environment and the teachers. They call it the Santa Fe bubble and at first I hated that idea. But now I see how it preserved the goodness and sweetness in my child despite our vulgar society. We just had the mother/son luncheon for seniors and the boys each read a letter to their mother. I left thinking that sending my kids to SFC is one of the best decisions of my life. The teachers in the hs are good, and are amazing role models. They honestly do care about the students in a sincere way. It is a loving and caring environment of conservative Christians offering a solid, traditional education.

- submitted by a parent
February 23, 2013
I am a recent graduate of SFC after going there for 6 years, middle school and high school, and it was a fantastic school. The teachers actually cared about us and pushed us to do out best. The sports were great and we were able to compete with schools of all sizes. The parents were greatly iinvolved and and the school was definitely Christ centered. Overall I think this is one of the best schools in San Diego if not the best.

- submitted by a community member
January 30, 2013
Our son started last fall at SFCS as a freshman from public school. The difference is so drastic! He loves everything about his new home away from home. The leadership and guidance is top notch! Academics, teachers, and sports are challenging in every way. He could not be happier anywhere else! We love everything about our school!

- submitted by a parent
January 23, 2013
My son is a sophomore and was new to Santa Fe Christian his freshman year. School is his favorite place to be for the first time in his life! The students, faculty and administration are the most warm and welcoming people we could imagine, and our son is thriving in the faith-centered environment . He is challenged academically with honors and college prep classes and outstanding teachers. The cross country program, clubs, concert band, pep band and bible study groups keep him very busy and happily immersed in this wonderful school. We have met with his college counselor several times to help him choose classes as well as begin his college search process, and the college counselors are dedicated to providing us with lots of information and guidance. We receive prompt return phone calls in response to any questions we have.

- submitted by a parent
January 22, 2013
We have two children that attend SFC, a 10th grade girl and a 7th grade son. We love SFC because the teachers, administration & parent community reinforce the values we follow at home. Our children are getting an outstanding education. They both have grown to love math through the excellent teachers. One of our kids loves sports and has found many opportunities to play. Our other child is not into sports as much and has found several clubs to get involved with. If you are looking for a Christian community that also has a challenging academic environment, we highly recommend you check out Santa Fe Christian.

- submitted by a parent
January 22, 2013
I have two children that attend SFC. On is a Junior & the other a Freshman. Both children are very different, yet have flourished at SFC each in their own interests. SFC develops and encourages students in their personal faith with Jesus, in addition to having excellent academic and sports programs too. When we first looked at SFC, we wondered if it would really be able to offer oldest child,who is a high-achiever, the challenging course work we thought she would need. Over the course of almost three years, we can say that she has been well challenged. SFC really offers big school opportunities in a small school setting.

- submitted by a parent
January 19, 2013
We have two children at SFC, a senior boy and sophomore girl, and we couldn't be happier with the rigorous curriculum, bible curriculum, spiritual guidance and support, and overall partnership from the faculty and administrators. The teachers at SFC truly love their jobs, care about their students, pray for them regularly, and help them recognize their gifts and encourage them to pursue their passions. Our son will graduate with 7 AP classes under his belt (of his 4 last year, he passed all AP tests with three 4's and one 3) and received early admittance from his college of choice. We love the SFC community, the administrators and board seem to be good stewards of this blessed school and have made some wise financial decisions in the past several years, helping us get to a healthy place; there are plenty of volunteer ops, it's really one giant family. We are so thankful for SFC!

- submitted by a parent
January 19, 2013
I graduated from Santa Fe Christian Schools after nine years there as an elementary, middle, and upper school student. My experience at SFC is one of the things I am most grateful for in life it was worth every penny my parents spent to send me there. SFC is an incredible school with an amazing balance of academics, athletics, arts, spiritual development, and social life. As a student, I knew nearly every teacher on campus, and more importantly, I knew those teachers cared about me and would go out of their way to support my growth spiritually and academically. I have since graduated from college and graduate school and I felt very well prepared by SFC. The alumni network is strong and I am still very close to many of my classmates. My parents often remarked that the school changed their lives too, and the parent community is one of the school s strongest assets. While no school is perfect, I cannot imagine having a better experience anywhere else. If you are even thinking about sending your child to SFC, I encourage you to visit the school you will feel the difference just by spending an hour on campus!

- submitted by a community member
January 18, 2013
My son attended Santa Fe Christian 9th - 12th grades and had a wonderful experience. His only regret was that he didn't get involved in more things other than sports. SFC is unique in that it offers small classes and personal attention from the teachers yet it allows students the opportunities to be involved in the arts, sports, academics etc... much like a much bigger school. As parents we were pleased with his overall experience and have recommended the school to several freinds and neighbors.

- submitted by a parent
January 17, 2013
I have been attending SFC since preschool(go lifers) and I love it so much! I love the environment at SFC and it is a great place to learn! I love being able to share my faith with now only my classmates but also my teachers! SFC has taught me so much and I wouldn't be happy not being able to go to SFC. SFC is so nice and the teachers are very good and are very helpful. I am so glad that I am apart of Santa Fe Christian Schools!

- submitted by a community member
January 16, 2013
Amazing school that lives out it's Christian mission daily. They provide solid academic challenge, sports programs which develop the athlete and leadership, great music and art programs while encouraging students to be Christian leaders. I like the size of the high school but wish a few more electives were offered. My desire to have a confident, happy, spiritually enriched, academically challenged and successful student has been met and fulfilled at SFC.

- submitted by a parent
March 12, 2012
Overpriced for the quality of education. If you want to go to a school that is premier in both sports and academics, check out Bishops, La Jolla Country Day or Francis Parker, SFC simply cannot compete overall with those schools academically.

- submitted by a community member
November 30, 2011
I can only speak to the lower school, but I love the sense of community that's found in this school. Students, teachers and parents are loving towards one another that's beyond anything I've seen in other schools. What's more is that teacher's are attentive and engaging and the principal is completely hands on (in a good way!) and well informed. She knows all "her kids." I am continually impressed by the quality of instruction and how the kids are gently encouraged to achieve beyond their comfort zone.

- submitted by a parent
February 21, 2011
My two daughters started attending SFCS in middle school and my older one is in now in 10th grade. Academically, the school is excellent. The entire curriculum is designed so that all graduating students are eligible to attend a UC school About 40% of the graduating class apply and are accepted in UC schools with many being accepted into the top schools in the US. But that is not what gets me excited about SFCS. It is the culture. The staff, teachers and students really seem to have both a heart for God and each other. Kids are very encouraging to each other and respectful to adults. I volunteered to chaperone at the 8th grade field trip to Washington DC and I was very, very impressed with how the kids behaved. I think it is worth the tuition I pay because I believe that at SFCS my kids are maturing in a way where I think they are going to be the kind of adults that most people will want to be around. And the kind of adults that will make a difference in the lives of the people with whom they interact. I'd work two jobs to keep them there!

- submitted by a parent
February 10, 2011
My 6th and 8th graders started at SFC this year and we are absolutely delighted. The school makes a great effort to connect new students and families with existing students, including a "buddy" family to help answer questions and to help introduce the new students around. Of course we love the small class sizes, and the students are held to very good academic standards. The homework seems appropriate and I never feel like the students are just getting "busy work". The teachers genuinely care about the students and several have gone out of their way to help my kids or talk to me about opportunities that might help them grow. There is also an "Advisory" class, where students are in a gender and grade specific class for a short time each day--the teacher can address any questions or issues the students have, or discuss what they learned in the weekly chapel. And the chapels are webcast so parents can "attend" and see the same message the kids are getting. We especially love that Christian teachings are integrated into every class, not just as one separate Bible or Religion class. We changed over from a public school and from the first moment we have felt comfortable and welcome.

- submitted by a parent
January 22, 2011
My kids are happy every day they go to school. They have teachers, coaches, and staff who know them and support them. My kids have been encouraged to try new things (cross country, chamber chorale, tech electives, ASB, AP classes). They have learned how to take risks, what to do when they stumble, and how to celebrate when they succeed. Lifelong skills.

- submitted by a parent
October 03, 2010
Amazing community of students, parents and teachers who love God and try to live their faith in all they do. My children are challenged academically but the teacher to child ratio allows for extra help if needed. We are middle income family and struggle to make our tuition payments but it worth every sacrifice. We came from public school and my children immediatley felt the loved and accepted at Sante Fe Christain. They have reationships with teachers and students that will last a lifetime!

- submitted by a parent
September 02, 2010
Watch out for this school! Santa Fe Christian is a very small school and there are cliques galore. If you want to fit in, you basically have to act and dress a certain way. Almost all of the students here act fake and most likely the loner kids are actually the most real, down to earth people in the school. I haven't met more judgmental, rich, snobs in one place than at Santa Fe Christian. On the bright side, there are many teachers who really care about the students and they want them to learn and more important, have a relationship with Christ. However, if you want a loving christian environment, SFC is not the place for you. The students are unaccepting and are very pretentious. All they think about is themselves. I really wished I had gone to a public school instead of this place. Beware!

- submitted by a community member
no rating April 13, 2010
Way too much money for a medocre education (at best). Kids do well at this school because they are under challenged. My children attended this school during 2006-2007 headmaster 'controversy'. Parents were split between how they felt about the changes going on. Regardless, the nastiness that was ignited was unbelievable. Parents shot off mass emails flighting back and forth which were downright evil. It was the most horrifiying exchange ever for a school claiming to be Christian. And if you look in that years yearbook you will see a page devoted to juniors and they're new, fancy, cars....in my opinion, there is a bit of 'who drives what', and 'who lives where', and 'who's dad does this or that', and 'who donated for this or that.' whatever, enjoy your school!

- submitted by a parent
March 10, 2010
Both my kids love this school. The academics are above the standard and compare to the top schools. I wouldn't put my kids back in public school since we have everything we want here...academics and a great community of families.

- submitted by a parent
January 28, 2010
my kids attended for 2 years. i found it to have very low academic standards. the are much more challenged in public school. in fact, one of my kids had such a hard time 'catching up' he almost had to be retained..has been in an encinitas public school for 2nd year now and is doing much better!!!! this was the elementary school. i;ve heard middle school is much worse academically. also, get ready for the cliques which are obviously common in alot of schools....but SFC is very afluent and some people are very showy about it. it shouldnt be labled a college prep school!!!

- submitted by a parent
December 08, 2009
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- submitted by a student
no rating July 16, 2009
Santa Fe Christian Schools is an independent Preschool 12 college preparatory school that is accredited by Western Association of Schools and Colleges(WASC); and Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI). After being a part of Santa Fe Christian Schools for the past 14 years, I rank it at the top of the list of private schools in San Diego. In addition to strong academics, Santa Fe Christian provides many opportunities for students to develop moral character and leadership skills. The class sizes are small allowing the students to thrive and bond with the faculty. The parent involvement, support and participation through its (PAC) Parent Advisory Counsels is amazing. The campus is beautiful and the recent upgraded facilities are state of the art and top of the line. Santa Fe Christian continues to raise the bar in Christian education!

- submitted by a community member
July 10, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
June 20, 2009
This is going to be my second year at SFC and I couldnt be happier with my desicion to attend here. The teachers truly care about the success of the students and class sizes are small allowing close relationships with the staff and a positive enviroment where students can learn and grow in their faith. As for the extracurricular activities, the sports team are outstsanding for the size of the school and challenge athletes to do their best. Also, students have a better chance of making a team than at larger public schools. There are also many clubs that people can participate in. However, unlike some schools there are not as many unique electives that the students can explore their talents in.

- submitted by a student
March 26, 2009
I have been going to Santa fe Christian for the past couple of years. Needless to say, the teachers are very caring and have great personalities. The education at SFC is great and I have learned many things. One thing to know though is that there are many cliques at SFC. I am quiet so the first few years were hard for me trying to find a group at this school. Other than that, the school is a great place and I love the fact that we can pray in class and go to chapel to learn more about God and how we should live Christian lives.

- submitted by a student
February 16, 2009
My brother and I both attended SFC for 6 years. We both were straight A students at SFC without effort and found when we transfered to other high schools in the area that SFC is one of the easiest schools around. There is very little homework and grades are highly inflated. Many of the teachers are inexperienced and teach whatever they want. As for the AP classes, the percentage of students who actually pass the exam is dismally low. Most people are friendly but there is defiately an eliteism among the students and both they and the parent thrive on gossip. Teachers are supportive in many aspects, however most kids arent prepared for the real world because it is so sheltered. Athletics and opportunites of involvement are good, and there are a few really strong christian families. This school caters to (below) average students, and graduates are in for a reality-check.

- submitted by a student
no rating February 15, 2009
As a parent of middle school kids I could not be more pleased with SFCS. The spiritual life and moral compass is what attracted our family, but the opportunity to advance in all academic disciplines is what has impressed us most! The high school principle is a man of vision and leadership, and the offering of honors and AP classes is extensive. We are excited about the next four years for our children and are confident they will be well prepared to attend the college or university of their choice.

- submitted by a parent
December 01, 2008
SFC has been a blessing to our family. We have been at the school two years and while relatively new to the school we could not be more pleased. The elementary school math program implemented this year is great and has increased my child's confidence in the subject. My middle school child is being challenged to grow academically, spiritually and socially, and I am very please with his growth in each area. The school has sent graduates to Stanford, MIT, and Yale as well as smaller faith-based colleges and state colleges. This tells me that the school is able to meet the educational needs of the student and partner with the parents in order to allow each child to reach their full potential. Given the current economical environment, it is important that the financial sacrifices we make for our children's education are warranted and at SFC I believe they are.

- submitted by a parent
November 27, 2008
We pulled our children out of this school. We found that their teaching style and program is outdated and our children were not prepared for college. Many who have gone off to college complain that they were not prepared. Sports were great but the academics and the spiritual life were mediocre at best. Too many problems for a school that has had 30 years to get it right.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 25, 2008
We left this school after many years. We were caught up in the beautiful buildings and the school spirit. Their math program is inconsistent and has left my children with gaps in their learning. Our children's SAT scores dropped from top in nation upon arriving at this school to mid to low levels. My children now have to be tutored to catch up to the other local schools after being here for 3 years. I wish I would have checked into the school's SAT scores earlier however I was told they didn't have them. Adminstrators kept promising things were going to get better but they didn't.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 10, 2008
We're just finishing up our first year at SFC with children in elementary and middle school. It has been a very positive experience, and we are looking forward to the coming years as well. The faculty is caring and there has been exceptional parent/teacher communication. I'm especially impressed with the mission program opportunities especially in the upper grades. It is not perfect, but I wouldn't consider sending my children anywhere else.

- submitted by a parent
April 25, 2008
I am an alumni of SFC. I received a wonderful education! The teachers at this school are truly there because of the their love for the Lord and for the students. I am amazed at how much these teachers do for the students. I am looking forward to the day that my kids are old enough to attend.

- submitted by a community member
April 23, 2008
I can't say enough about this school. The new administration is above and beyond. My kids are doing well and feel supported and loved by the teachers. THis school is above and beyond in the academics department.

- submitted by a parent
January 03, 2008
We are six-year SFC family and moved all but one child to other schools. The beautiful campus portrays a lovely facade of christian academic excellence. However it is weak both academically and spiritually.

- submitted by a parent
October 23, 2007
This school is very clique-y. If you or your child is considering enrollment, it is better to be an out-going and smart person.

- submitted by a student
July 23, 2007
My daughter got accepted last year as a 6th grader at SFC. This school was a wonderful fit for her. She has excelled academically and socially. The teachers are fantastic and we have had no problems. Unfortunately, due to a change at the 'helm' many good teachers left and this past school year was not smooth. We are hoping this coming school year (2007-2008) will bring positive change and healing to the schools. My son will be starting lower school and we are thrilled that he will also be joining the SFC family. This is a Christian based school with wonderful students, families, and faculty members. I know no school is perfect, but for our family it is one of the best decisions we have made for our children.

- submitted by a parent
February 27, 2007
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September 10, 2006
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- submitted by a former student
March 29, 2006
Strong college prep program focused on pursuing excellence. Comprehensive and competitive sports for middle and upper school. Technology, broadcasting, video editing, drama, art, graphic arts and music are offerred. Parents are involved as volunteers on campus, through the parent advisory council, and the board of directors. Wide range of participation in all extra curricular activities.

- submitted by a parent
February 26, 2006
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September 19, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
September 06, 2005
Wonderful school! Teachers show genuine concern for the kids and for the most part, parents, teachers, and kids are all happy to be a part of SFC.

- submitted by a parent
August 17, 2005
This Christian school is everything I wanted. Strong academics and great sports. Families are involved and we're all on the same page. I think the investment is worth it. So different from the liberal public schools.

- submitted by a parent
April 12, 2005
Santa Fe has been a beacon of light in a world that is growing ever increasingly cynical and jaded. Its emphasis on high academic standards while equipping the students with the capabilities to decipher bias and measure it to the truth of the Bible has made it a unique and blessed expirence for all three of my children

- submitted by a parent
January 28, 2005
The academic program offers 12 different AP classes and a challenging core curriculum. The added benefits are a great arts program- band, choir, and art. The winning football team creates school spirit. This is a small Christian school with active parents and a community feel.

- submitted by a parent
no rating January 07, 2005
My kids made wonderful friends here. Not sure how it measures up to public schools in the area though. Good, strong Christian values and wonderful teachers. Thank you.

- submitted by a parent
July 11, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
May 12, 2004
Santa Fe Christian Schools, while weak in academics, has a strong athletic program. Our children were happy with their friends here, however were not well-prepared for College. The parents give a lot of their time to the school and many are taken for granted. The administration and faculty leaders are spending more money on the 'buildings' at the school verses taking care of their teachers. The elementary program is especially weak and our children tested very poorly when trying to enter the public schools. For those looking for a strong Christ-centered environment, I would recommend you look around. SFC has sadly deteriorated very quickly over the past three years and are losing some wonderful families as a result of the direction they are taking.

- submitted by a parent
May 12, 2004
SFC is directing it's focus on building fabulous new buildings vs. offering quality education & more credentialed teachers. Parents basically run the school yet few are really 'heard' when it comes to offering suggestions for improving the school. The board is made up of working men who are not involved on a daily basis with any of the challenges the parents face. There are more qualifed mothers, who should be serving on the board, vs these CEO's of large corporations, who don't even know some of the 'teachers'! The curriculum keeps changing in the elementary grades and is very weak in reading and spelling.

- submitted by a parent
October 27, 2003
This is my daughters second year at Sante Fe Christian and we are extremely pleased with the quality of education. I have found that the teachers we have been involved with have been committed to structured discipline and moral training. I have noticed a definite positive change in my daughters happiness and confidence in herself. I would definitely recommend this school to any parent who values an excellent education within a Christian moral environment.

- submitted by a parent
October 21, 2003
Santa Fe Christian is a great school that encourages children in their Christian faith and at the same time prepares them for the challenges of the future. The athletic and the art programs are strong, and the science program is improving every year, especially with the completion of the Science Center in the Spring of 2004.

- submitted by a parent
September 09, 2003
Santa Fe Christian is not a school I would recommend for our 'leaders of tomorrow'... Santa Fe Christian does not create or build Christian characteristics in its students...

- submitted by a community member
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Santa Fe Christian Schools
838 Academy Drive, Solana Beach, CA  92075
(858) 755-8900
Last modified Santa Fe Christian Schools is a Private school that serves grades PK-12
Santa Fe Christian Schools Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 59 reviews. Top